I can confirm that this solution indeed solves the problem - on my mid MacBook Pro 13 inch, 2. So far, following steps above - after a week of use my MBP is connecting properly to 4 projectors. Posted on Aug 4, 1: Page content loaded. Jul 3, I had trouble with this. I tried all these combinations on the same monitor.
I noticed that with my late White Macbook didn't have this issue with the cables and adapters. Jul 10, 1: Jul 10, 4: Is the adapter you are using an Apple adapter or some other brand?
I had problems with another brand and when I switched to the Apple brand the problem went away. Jul 12, 1: Jul 12, 2: Jul 12, 7: Jul 17, Do you of a driver for MacBook Pro?
The above link was for MacBook Air. I am having the same exact problem. Jul 28, 4: I have a new June MacBookPro running I'm trying to connect a Toshiba flat screen TV to the computer via a mini display port to VGA adapter purchased from Apple with the computer. I can get the screen to show on the TV by changing resolutions and refresh rates x at 60Hz but the TV shows 5 partial screens on my laptop screen.
I feel like I'm looking at the beginnings of an abstract art piece. Jul 28, 5: Jul 29, 6: Thanks for the reply.
However, I'm having the same issue with my digital projector at work which only uses VGA. I'd prefer to not buy multiple adapters that may or may not work when the one I have from apple does not work. Granted, most likely this is a bug in OS X Jul 29, As usual you you have to jump through a bunch of hoops to get somethng to work on the Most Advanced Operating System in the World. This will let you test the cable and display function.
I'm guessing it's actually a mini-DisplayPort to VGA adapter you're using. disk to make sure it's not your OS X install that's having issues. I can confirm that this solution indeed solves the problem - on my mid MacBook Pro 13 inch, GHz Intel Core i7 running Lion
If they both check out then you need to either try the adapter on a different Mac, or create an OS X installation on an external disk to make sure it's not your OS X install that's having issues. Having said that, it sounds like your Mac is correctly identifying and communicating with the adapter as you've already stated it thinks a monitor is connected. A quick look for your model didn't bring up any obvious results but many Samsung's have a DVI connection.
The problem that you are facing is simple to fix. After installation restart the system, then connect your thunderbolt to VGA connector. It will work perfectly fine. Same issue I have a SyncMaster bw plus. I'm trying to find the monitor driver, but there are only windows versions.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I am using a SyncMasterb as the monitor. I tried turning it on and off and reconnecting everything, but still no luck.
Any help? ScunnerDarkly ScunnerDarkly 2, 7 Here is the link for the driver where you can download it: Eduardo Eduardo 1. Noob Noob 1.